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. and 8-foot statue is now corps museum in va..gle, richard reeve was there for the ceremony. ♪ >> it's an honor to be here for the dedication. >> this will no ordinary sculptured the vacation. a marina'sefinitely marina. eight-foot statue. he was a combat marine. the most decorated marine in history. >> i was 19 years old at the time. he was a private during the war when he saw the colonel up close. >> on the side of the road one he just said, "we've got boys."w, >> would be awarded five navy crosses. you captured the in thisr of a man culture? photographs,ty of perhaps the best way is to the man who served with him. >> i would have taken the oral history. this sculptor, an ex-marine, had stories like this one. he commanded in the bloodiest battles in world war ii and korea. chesty, after his barrell chest, is an ally part number in a poor legend. myi love that it will keep father is a legend alive. of the marineart corps. >> and now this sculpture, a chesty puller. richard reeves, abc 7 news. >> a proposal from the governor of new york. the federal help with the p from hurricane san
information in the stabbing death of a man at the woodley park metro station. richard reeve is following the investigation and spoke with family members. >> members -- neighbors came with flowers and tears bouquets and condolence cards left the home of 18-year-old elijah griffin, whose life wasort saturday. >> he truly was one of the good kids. >> police say rudd 1:00 a.m., griffin was attacked not once, but twice by a group of teens. >> it is horrible. he got around the corner, they jump tim. >> his brother, isaiah believes the group used a weapon to threaten the two 18-year-old, who walked to the woodley park metro station to go home. they encountered the same teenagers again. >> the boys are like, you are going to have to fight me. >> authorities believe the group of nine teenagers attacked once more, this time with knives according to a police report. griffin was fatally stabbed in the abdomen, chase left with a broken nose. >> it is unexpected, unbelievable. >> friends who were member griffin as an honor student and football player at sherwood high school before he graduated this ye
, and the victim but's family is left with only memories. richard reeve spoke with the brother a few moments ago. >> that is right, he is in shock. his entire family is in shock. brother was ais much loved figure in the community, just got a job at nih. he bought a new coat to celebrate, but sadly that may have played a role in his death. i say is trying to deal with the his younger brother, elisha. >> it is horrible, he loved everybody. just 18 years old, was first robbed of his smart coat, then fatally teenager atnother of the with lee metro station. >> how could you take such a l man's life like that? >> the police say the initial between griffin and a northwest in in adams morgan. after the robbery, it is not if the weapon was involved, griffin and a friend, woodleyase, walk to the metro, where they encounter the same group. them a second altercation between the decedent subjects. >> griffin was stabbed in the abdomen and pronounced dead at the hospital. chase with a broken nose and injuries is recovering after seeing his dying friend on .he ground thepolice sealed off station and captured n
by marilyn monre --- and christopher reeve's superman costume were also t up for bid. "...some men are comign to l us. we're going to kill him first" double-o-7 is back with a vengeance. "skyfall" explodd onto the big screen this wed at number one, banking 87-poin8 million dollars in the u-s e -- the best debut in james d hi >>> 007 is back. skyfall made $87.8 million over the weekend in the u.s. alone, the best debut in james bond history. i do want to see that one. and hundreds of twihards are camped out this morning, 2200 fans hoping for a glimpse of the stars at the premier. most of these fans are expected to stay in their tents till thursday when the movie opens to the public. >>> 4:57 now. another scandal hits washington. >> new details emerge about the sudden resignation of cia director david petraeus. we have the latest coming up. >>> and the bay bridge is just days away from a major milestone. the process took nearly three months to complete. petraeus's resignationâ did his affair compromise national security. and.. picket lines remain
." the number two at the cia is the interim head. lightening the satellite center, richard reeves abc 7 news. >> the other big story, talk about the women's fiscal club in washington. the clock is ticking. today's talk about the issue came from both ends of pennsylvania avenue. housener and president obama of reporting their ideas and they agree on one thing -- no time to waste. >> this is the first time ever from the president directly since the election but he summed it up well when he opened his remarks by saying it's time to get to work and there's plenty of work to do. >> on the edge of what's could accommodate another recession capitol hill is feeling disdain over the election and dangerous finances. >> this is a cry out for help. >> focus on your jobs not ours. >> to avoid that crisis which could boost unemployment, the president says he is open to compromise and draws a line in the sand for tax cuts for the wealthy. >> all we need is action from the house. i've got a pen. i'm ready to sign the bill right away. >> raising tax rates will not create jobs that everyone says they want. >>
and personally. >> richard reeve live on capitol hill with more on the ripple effect. >> well, talk about ripples. next week congress was supposed to begin its hearings about benghazi. deaveed petraeus was supposed to testify and now we have a new acting c.i.a. director. much of washington talking about this sudden resignation. >> as c.i.a. director david petraeus was the keeper of the nation's secrets. with one of his own. >> it says something about washington that we hear of somebody resign people immediately suspect it's a cover story for something else. >> for some, they're so shocking because of who he is. a soldier scholar four star general with a prince ton phd, a war commander in afghanistan and iraq. >> a father of two. married to his wife holly for 38 years. during his senate confirmation to head the c.i.a. he praised her support as a military spouse. >> she is a symbol of the strength and dedication of families around the globe who waited home. >> general david petraeus, was asked to do a very difficult job. >> even talk of petraeus
francisco i want to acknowledge mayor reeve and williams weren't able to make it. we are committed to the effort and our theme of bringing the bowl to the bay. that will be important because we can't do this alone. we are excited to work with them as well. without furthered adieu i will ask mayor lee to come up and perform, talk about the first tweet and our social media campaign. >> great, thank you. thank you, daniel. [applause] >> thank you very much for your leadership on this as well. i knew that when we sat down and talked about this kind of little dream we had that you became the perfect leader for us. it has come out clearly that was not only the correct decision but really enthusiastic, so thank you for stepping up. let me begin by saying there was some vibration this morning. yes, part of it, we were doing the california shake-up drill with 9.3 million in the state of california, but i think there was vibrations. mayor mathews and mayor reed were jumping up and down because i told them we were putting together something that would not only be a great way to work together
in auction. and an outfit worn are about marilyn monroe and christopher reeves is superman costume were sold. >>> we don't know what to say about the 9ers game. >> it is bizarre day in football overall. yes. the good news, i think, the 49ers have a good back up quarterback. how many points can the ravens score on the raiders? that was a shocker. you will not believe the end of the ram game. plus, alex smith, going down. we will tell you what happened next ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, field goals added to just a bizare day between the 49erd rams at candlestick park to. the fly over was the only tg ooked in sync to >>> an injured quarterback, add to a bizarre day between the 49ers and the rams. late 1st quarter, rams up 7-0. up the gut. rams scored on the first two drives. going 14-0. and they it got worse. smith is forced to run here. goes into a slide and it is hit hard in the back of the head. surprisingly, smith stayed in the game but he did not stay for long. 2nd quarter now. smith fines grabtree, a beautiful move. he scores on a 14-yard play. 14-7. but, after the drive, smith, you got a concussion
outfit by marilyn monroe and christopher reeves sup iser man costume were put up to bid. >>> brides braved the cold to get a free wedding dress. they were at one of the bridal shops taking part in the annual bribessa across the give away. the store offers free gowns to bride's who fiancees have been or will be deployed overseas. since it start inside 2000 seven they give away 8,000 wedding gowns. we'll be right back.
to discuss safety. live in the newsroom, richard reeve, abc 7 news. seen our share of nights, and this is no exception. let's get a first look at the forecast with meteorologist steve rudin. >> definitely cool as we move into early evening morning. thetemperatures outside of t furniture weather center falling into the low 40's from winchester and dulles airport, reagan national. 34 balkans, west virginia, dry tonight. showersooking for some the south of d.c., just out of charlottesville, moving the south and east. not going to impact our area at all. morning, partly cloudy, a start, the temperatures in the 30's. daylight savings time comes to an end in just about two hours. sunrise early tomorrow morning at 6:39, sunset just a little after 5:00. a full look at the forecast coming up in just a few minutes, potential of yet another coastal storm. details coming up. >> the aftermath of sandy is being felt in new york and jersey. show you what happened a gas station when tempers flared. also, dramatic video of a train crashing into a truck. >> another tough day for the of new yor
for these big orders. >> stephen: are they self-aware? is this "the matrix"? (laughter) are you keanu reeves? do you know kung fu? >> i wish i did. >> stephen: well, thank you for joining me. christopher steiner. the book is "automate this." we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) (cheers and applause) >> stephen: welcome black, everybody! my guest tonight is a pulitzer prize play wright. tony kushner. (cheers and applause) nice to see you again, thanks for coming on. all right everybody knows you. turn author of "the playwright of angels in america." you also wrote the screenplay to "munich" with stephen spielberg now you are the screen writeer for the knew movie "lincoln." (cheers and applause) were you daunted at all approaching a figure this iconic? someone so huge in our minds? someone we all think of as old. old uncle penny face? (laughter) >> never occurred to me to think of him as olds uncle penny face. it was scary. i didn't want to do it original because i didn't know that it was going to be possible. >> stephen: did spielberg have something on you? did he blackmail you? >> well, do
. dennis: you got this price at 20,000, the one that christopher reeves wore, i think you underpriced it a bit. >> it was the third movie. not the most popular. we have sold similar superman outfits around $65,000. we anticipate it will go for a lot more. dennis: what if it had been a superman costume worn by george reeves in the 1960s series. >> even more so. there are several christopher reeves costumes, only two known in existence. dennis: even more. >> $200,000. dennis: and liz taylor's golden globe. this was owned by a pr guy. so would it be worn more of it came from the estate of live elizabeth? >> she gifted it to him. a lot of people didn't realize these items would become worthless much as they are, so comes from a family of the pr agent. but we still anticipate it will sell for 40, 60,000. dennis: a truly symbiotic great movies, "the blues brothers." now you have john candy's classes going up, a lesser figure. priced the same, 5000, how could you, sir? >> we put conservative estimates, very popular film. very few artifacts are available from that film. many people would not
by judy garland went for $480,000. steve mcqueen's racing jacket went for $50,000. christopher reeves outfit also sold. >>> it is 5:55. next half hour, huge milestone for the bay bridge. >> and the petraeus resignation, how it's affecting a major hearing on libya later this week. >> reporter: and we are entering week two of the raliy's strike. new developments coming up. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. >>> you're watching cbs5 eyewitness news this morning. >> workers back on the picket line this morning, why there's hope before the holiday shopping season. >>> and
than 37 years. richard reeve has reacted to this shocking revelation of. >> maureen, we are getting word in more. they are reporting revelations was discovered in the course of an fbi investigation. it's unclear why the feds were investigating. a lot of people we spoke with say they are simply stunned by the resignation and the reason behind it. cia director, army commander in iraq and afghanistan, had a distinguished career. in a move that
sam, lara and i had. such an honor. we attended the annual gala of the christopher and dana reeve foundation. it works to cure spinal cord injury. some 6 million americans are in need of help. we had a wonderful time, as we opened the festivities, very near and dear to our hearts. will reeve spent some time with us here this summer. close to the family. and here's to everybody. it was a magical evening, indeed. and what a pleasure to be a part of it. >> they've done a lot of good work. >> a lot of great work. it was truly an honor. >>> "pop news" time, lara. and i see, gary, our elf over your shoulder. we'll do everything we can to avoid his wrath today because he does have his power. >> he has his name. he has the magic. we want to be sure everybody knows we were talking about him before he had his magic. we had not yet adopted him or named him. we have, now, according to the legend of the elf on a shelf, you -- the elf does not have magic until you adopt him and name him. and then, you cannot move him. you cannot touch him. we were talking about touching him and moving him. that
, you've got to work around them. >> mika, i love the story that richard reeves writes in his ronald reagan biography about tip o'neill and ronald reagan. and maybe the defining moment of that relationship, reeves writes that after the marines were killed in beirut, tip o'neill called together a meeting at hc-5, got all the democrats down together. they thought he was going to give a political speech. instead tip o'neill said to the democrats gathered there, while the barracks were still smoldering, he said, you know, today we're not democrats. today we're americans. and if any of you speak out against the president of the united states, you're not going to have ronny reagan to have to deal with. you're going to have tip o'neill to deal with. and reeves -- richard reeves said that the democrats followed tip o'neill's leadership. and when the time came, they criticized ronald reagan. but they did it in time. these were two old irish politicians that knew how to work together, even though they disagreed as fundamentally as possible. >> what we need is more people on both sides of the a
scientifically call a butt ugly primary. good for you, karl. the election didn't exactly end well for reeve either having to haen to all the people who donated to his super pack in the hopes of a romney victory. then glen bulger who gave this blunt diagnosis for the loss at the republican governor's association conference yesterday. >> what we need to do one is we need to convert and get more republicans because if we're going to win independence and get republicans and still lose an election, it's because there's too many damn democrats out there. >> toot many, quote, damn democrats, that's one way of summing the arithmetic. david letterman also weighed in with some potential scapegoats on his top ten list. >> number nine, properly functions voting machines. number six, congressman todd akin's biology teacher. number four, this guy right here. that guy. there's paul ryan. number three, fact checkers. i don't get this one either. number two, the republican party for nominating him. ouch! oh! >> that's good stuff. >>> the fiscal cliff. while the interest groups give president obama room to m
more of the majority from the reeve news. and the rest you can do by reducing reductions and the like. >> would i by fair? we've got to take a break. would it be fair that the substance of what you're seeing seems to suggest that you would like a value-added tax. simple, efficient, easy to collect? >> yes, i want a value-added tax and i want to use it to replace corporate income taxes and individual taxes and payroll taxes. and i want to do this. i would like for the prlt to declare the purpose of the tax system is to raise the revenue we need. it's okay with me, i'm probably more liberal on some of these things than you are, bob. it's perfectly okay for me for us -- for we the american people to say we want to give people certain benefits depending on their status. that's oklahoma with me. but i want to write them a check. i don't want to do it through the gauze of a tax system that doesn't collect the revenue we need and is inherently unfair. >> we will have to come right back and talk about -- we're going to talk about what the experience -- europe's experience in austerity tells u
girls? >> they're gorgeous. >>> wait until you see what's out here with me. reeve carney is here. they are flying high on broadway, breaking box office records on the show, "spider-man: turn off the dark," and the star who plays the web slinger, also swinging into times square, with a project to raise some money. it's a good look at the new calendar. but look at all of the spideys in broadway, ladies and gentlemen. so nice to see you. thank you so much for showing up and coming out to see us. now, you're the star. i remember when it first started. i can't believe it's been -- >> just down the street. >> you guys were right here for the beginning of it. does it really take this much tough tech teams to put this together? >> it's a fast-paced show. in order to keep that up, we do need a lot of people. these guys are incredible. >> how many spideys does it take? >> i think ten, including myself. >> let's unmask them. gang, this is your moment. let's unmask the spider-man. this is a team. incredible group of guys. let's talk a little bit about the calendar. what are you guys raising
thing is fun. >> reporter: fun comparing keanu reeves to the portrait of a french actor from the 1800s and nicolas cage to a civil war era photograph on letterman. and then there was the time a group called improv everywhere brought a look along from king phillip iv of spain from the new york metropolitan museum and placed in front of the king from 1624. >> we're having an autograph signing with king phillip iv of spain. >> is he really a king? >> yeah. >> really? >> he's too young -- >> he's 400 years old. >> he doesn't look -- >> security asked them to leave. max would like to come back to the philadelphia museum of art in costume for a photo op. there is some sort of weird symmetry between those red tights and that purple tie dyed t-shirt. >> they would be great together. >> actually, some jokers already photo shopped them together. pink floyd t-shirt and tights. being venus might be safer. at least if your art twin is naked, no one can make fun of your fashion. nikki and max are asking if anyone has a nobleman's costume to len
mean, he can hug a bear. ruth reeve from carmel, indiana. 109 years old today. secret to longevity is her faith and her friends. how about that. good old vincent rees, salt lake city, utah. i met my sweetie in salt lake city. 100 years old today. has traveled all over the world just to fish, the great salt lake. i wonder if it has any fish in it or not, i don't know. here is one of my favorite names in all the birthday lists, wally schweigh a u.s. er from nobleboro, maine, 100 years old today. very talented artist. had an art show last month at 100. now, see, you can do it yourself. albert jackson, isn't that a good name, albert jackson from atmore, alabama, 109 years old today. loves praising the good lord and drinking dr. pepper. sometimes at the same time. gertrude, i love you gertrude linn from hermitage, pennsylvania. 103 years old, and she enjoys watching old tv shows and gardening. how about that. i like old tv shows. i was on old tv shows. now back to new york and a new tv show. >> all right, willard, thank you. >>> coming up next from big bird to clint eastwood's chair, th
and who have at least one employee that goes into an exchange and reeves a federal subsidy which and in that case the penalties are $2,000 per full time employee. so significant penalties. host: general fer we'll go to bernie now in maryland who is a republican caller. caller: could you address specifically on a practical level how the new healthcare law will lesson or lecuse the overall cost of healthcare in guest: it's a good question. so there are a number of provisions in the law that are designed to address the cost issue, the issue of healthcare cost. and they run the gam met but there are a few provisions that are designed to address increases in premiums that -- and those relate a little bit more directly to these health insurance exchanges and in those cases some of those provisions include a requirement on inshures to devote a certain% sadge of the healthcare dollars from enroll lease toward direct medical cost. this is troferede as the medical lost ratio. in the individual and small group markets insurers must spend 80% of those premium dollars on direct healthcare ser
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